• Anthony Davis
    PF/C, New Orleans Pelicans

    Anthony Davis blitzed the hapless Suns for 31 points and 11 rebounds on Friday night, adding three assists, two steals, three blocks and a pair of 3-pointers while going 11-of-23 from the field and 9-of-11 from the line.

    Davis was a total monster, as usual, and looks to be well on his way to dragging the Boogie-less Pelicans into the postseason. He's had more support than usual this year and guys like Jrue Holiday, E'Twaun Moore, Darius Miller and Niko Mirotic all deserve some credit but New Orleans will only go as far as AD can take them. Lucky for them, he happens to be a generational talent. One of the few true superstars who has plenty to play for over the final three games, look for Brow to keep beating up box scores right through the end of game No. 82.

Fantasy News

  • Wendell Carter Jr.
    C, Chicago Bulls

    Wendell Carter Jr. (abdomen, tailbone) will start on Saturday vs. the Clippers

    Carter will take his usual spot in the starting lineup. He should produce close to, if not a double-double.

    Source: K.C. Johnson on Twitter

  • Zach LaVine
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Zach LaVine (shoulder, shin) will start on Saturday vs. the Clippers.

    LaVine was listed as probable but will join the Kris Dunn, Tomas Satoransky, Lauri Markkanen and Wendell Carter Jr. in the starting lineup. Make sure he is in your starting lineups.

    Source: K.C. Johnson on Twitter

  • Kris Dunn
    PG, Chicago Bulls

    Kris Dunn (right knee patella tendinitis) has been listed as the start on Saturday.

    Dunn is a streaming option for steals and is someone to consider picking up in 16-team leagues. He was listed as probable for the last two games.

    Source: K.C. Johnson on Twitter

  • Ian Mahinmi
    C, Washington Wizards

    Ian Mahinmi will draw the start for Mo Wagner (sprained ankle) on Saturday.

    Mahinmi should make for an interesting DFS punt play and is worth a look in season-long if Wagner is out for a while.

    Source: Candace Buckner on Twitter

  • Ben McLemore
    SG, Houston Rockets

    Ben McLemore will start in place of Russell Westbrook (rest) on Saturday.

    McLemore has had good chemistry playing next to Harden as a catch-and-shoot threat every time Harden is double-teamed. McLemore is a good 3-point streaming option.

    Source: Salman Ali on Twitter

  • Giannis Antetokounmpo
    PF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Giannis Antetokoumpo (right quad) will play in Saturday's game versus the Cavs.

    Antetokounmpo played in last night's game as well leading us to believe that his injury is not serious. Insert him into your lineups with confidence.

    Source: Bucks PR on Twitter

  • Isaiah Thomas
    PG, Washington Wizards

    Isaiah Thomas (left calf strain) has been ruled out of Saturday's game versus the Grizzlies.

    Wizards head coach Scott Brooks sounded optimistic about Thomas making a return soon. Ish Smith will draw another start and see a full complement of minutes a solid matchup versus the Grizzlies.

    Source: Zach Rosen on Twitter

  • Patrick Beverley
    PG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Patrick Beverley (concussion) has been ruled out of Saturday's game versus the Bulls.

    Beverley still hasn't passed all of the tests in the concussion protocol will need another game to rest. His next opportunity to take the court would be on Tuesday versus the Suns.

    Source: Cody Westerlund on Twitter

  • Lou Williams
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    Lou Williams (sore right calf) has been ruled out of Saturday's game versus the Bulls.

    Patrick Beverely will also miss this game. This will be the second consecutive game Williams has missed and it looks like the Clippers are using the easy game to give him an extra game's rest. The Clippers will be getting Landry Shamet back tonight, but there isn't any one player who will greatly benefit.

    Source: Cody Westerlund on Twitter

  • Kyle Anderson
    SF, Memphis Grizzlies

    Kyle Anderson will start in place of the injured Jae Crowder during Saturday’s game versus the Wizards.

    Anderson is a good streamer and is viable value play for DFS. Crowder’s ankle injury doesn’t sound serious, limiting the long-term value of Anderson.

    Source: Rob Fischer on Twitter